[lug] fsck question
horlenkarl at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 8 18:16:06 MDT 2007
> Generally, if fsck can, it will reattach files in
Nothing in there. I guess that file is lost for good.
> I did find this page:
> If you have an rpm based system, you can do rpm -Va
> which will validate
> all rpm-installed software. I don't believe /usr is
> supposed to have
> volatile data, so using your packaging systems
> validation tools should
> let you know whether or not something semi-important
> was damaged. I'm
> assuming if it were really important, you'd know and
> be asking a
> different question.
I used rpm -Va and it did find a fair number of
packages with what appear to be S signature
differences. Not really sure where those came from
since I have always used yum to install from the
default stock repo locations that are set at default
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